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Tuesday 2nd February

                                               https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgcwKrf8wHM

Let's have a quick practice at what we have been learning before moving on to division (this would be a lot of chocolate for me to share!!) :

 

Walt:  understand that grouping is a way of dividing and use the division (÷) and equals (=) signs.

Today we are going to use the signs of division. Let’s remember our signs in maths:

A seal and a penguin are hungry and agree to share the fish. To do this they will have to divide.

When we divide we start with the total.....how many there are altogether.

We then divide this number by how many we are sharing with....the seal and the penguin...2

Looking at the above picture, now its is time to get to the very serious question of sharing chocolate!

 

Today we continue with the same sounds but with some new words:

Say the sounds as you write the words.

The best ways to learn is to look, cover, write and check.

Phonics: i  ie  y  i-e  igh

Subject based vocabulary:

 

higher

Inuit

kind

sledge

lies

sleigh

light

survival

might

food chain

mild

whispered

slime

interested

 

Can you write a sentence with the word ‘whispered’ in it?

These words and pictures create the mood – we don’t need to see a cheesy smile on the seals face or see it stomp its flippers – we can guess how it is feeling from how we would feel if we were little in the huge turbulent sea.

Can you write some sentences setting the mood of the story if there were to be a chase from a huge scary predator?

We now know everything about the frozen lands and the animals that inhabit the polar regions of ice and cold. But what about the people that live in frozen lands? Let learn about them…

Walt: explore who lives in the coldest environments on earth.

Key words:

Inuk

A single person from an Inuit community

 

Look through the following slides and make notes in your journal about Inuit people and the way that they live:

 

Where do Inuit people live?

 

What is the diet of Inuit people?

 

What are the towns like?

 

What are the homes like?

Note: there are three types, from the slides what do you think they are?

 

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